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As you might read in my latest post, Hermes is one our new pet projects in Tellago for doing Pub/Sub over http. The idea is simple, but still very useful for integration scenarios in the enterprise. The fact that Hermes is all based on Http and uses one...
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As I discussed in my previous post , web caching relies on specific headers that you need to use correctly on your services. That’s an http application protocol thing, and something that you can easily use in any application framework that treats Http...
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The new WCF Web Apis Preview 4 released yesterday in the wcf.codeplex.com introduced a new extensibility point for intercepting messages at channel level. The name for this new feature is “Http Message Channels” and the good thing is that you don’t need...
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One of the key aspects of how the web works today is content negotiation. The idea of content negotiation is based on the fact that a single resource can have multiple representations, so user agents (or clients) and servers can work together to chose...
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The other day, Ron Jacobs made public a template in the Visual Studio Gallery for enabling monitoring capabilities to any existing WCF Http service hosted in Windows AppFabric. I thought it would be a cool idea to reuse some of that for doing the same...
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About this time last year, I wrote a couple of posts about how to use the “Interceptors” from the REST starker kit for implementing several authentication mechanisms like “SAML”, “Basic Authentication” or “OAuth” in the WCF Web programming model. The...
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As I discussed in my last post , the new WCF Http Model includes http processors that you can use to inject cross cutting aspects into an existing service. We can use processors for supporting a versioning schema based on content types as it discussed...
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The code drop recently released as part of wcf.codeplex.com introduced a new feature for injecting cross-cutting concerns through a pipeline into any existing service. The idea is simple, when you move to the http world, there are some aspects that might...
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One of the things that caught my attention when WCF Data Service was released a couple of years ago was the ability of using URI segments for passing queries directly to an underline linq provider. This represented a very powerful feature for allowing...
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Disclaimer: This post only contains personal opinions about this subject In the way I see it, REST mainly comes in for two scenarios, when you need to expose some AJAX endpoints for your web application or when you need to expose an API to external applications...
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